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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

T'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 33 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNT Y, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JAN. 24, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR THE GOSPEL MEETINGS CLOSED SUNDAY NIGHT The Rev. Alexander Pringle Preached Concluding Ser mon Of The Series The Union Gospel Meetings be ing held in the Presbyterian church at which Rev. Alexander Pringle has been the principal speaker, were brought to a close Sunday night. The meetings were a suc cess as regards the speaking and teaching of those conducting them but the attendance was slim. The people of Libby do not seem to care whether they attend church or not. Considerable enthusiasm was aroused among the church members and they will now renew their efforts with zeal. Rey. Pringle is an able and entertaining speaker and should have been greeted with a full house every night. At the concluding service of the series Sunday night he took for his theme, "A Greater Libby." He advocated the forming of a civic club, having as its object the beautifying of the city. This club would a...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

No. Y~rxbc ~o~ CRO~S "11oW %t1·:: QY' "}}TýJ dJ':~ "::~:::" ·i ':·:::'i:i. ivC~.. 9 ::·::12:1::.:;:: 5bl:~;:: ~·:·:·:~·'":·:S ¢'r: :,.~.:·i::ti{}j: ,:i ~ ~ i::ii':·":.::i:::::::~li:I.,:;;:::::::: ~h:' :B X:"1 C'Ri:;:: ::'h'::i9y::: Y ' ·::(Z , A BOVE the timberline in the Rockies, and beneath the giant cross of eternal snow which has given the famous Mount of the Holy Cross its name, several Colorado churchmen partici pated in a unique and impressive com memorative service a short time ago. Bishop Benjamin Brewster, Arch deacon Dennis, Rev. J. W. Hard of Glenwood Springs, and Rev. F. C. Smith of Grand Junction, Colo., braved the hardships of one of the roughest, steepest trails in the Rocky mountains in order to make a long-contemplated pilgrimage to the Mount of the Holy Cross The staff and scrip of these modern pilgrims was represented by blanket rolls, knapsacks, "grub" and religious vestments. Supplies wdre packed on burros as far as those faith tul and sure-footed animals could...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

..The Libby Herald.. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 9gIg, at the postoffice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY J. W. BARRETT, PUBLISHER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY1 STATE OFPICERS U. S. Senators-Thos. J. Walsh and H. L. Meyers. Governor -Samuel V. Stewart. Lieut-Governor-W. W. McDowell. Congressmen-Tom Stout and John M. Evans. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sydney C. Sanner. Secretary of State-A. M. Alderson. Attorney General-Dan M. Kelly. State Treasurer-Wm. C. Rae. State Auditor-William Keating. State Superintendent of Public Instruc tion-H. A. Davee. Railroad Commissioners J. H. Hall. E. A. Morley. COUNTY OFPICERS State Senator-James E. Leary. Representative-C. H. Conner. District Judge-J. E. Erickson. County Commissioners Paul D. Pratt, Chairman. Frank P. Garey. J. P. Bartlett. Sheriff-Frank R. Baney. County Clerk and Recorder-Samuel Carpenter. County Treasurer-John C. Friend. County Assessor-John D. Weir. County Attorney-James M...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

S SERVICE WORTH WHILE C Good job printing is a necessity in any well regulated successful business. Printed forms save time, and time is of St value to a busy man. Printed stationery for use in transacting business by mail is one of the first essentials of a successful business house. We are printers of quality printing. We make it a firm Uand fast rule that when a piece of printing leaves this office it must be perfect in workmanship and design. Quality is the first thing to he considered when buying printing. Next after Th quality comes the price you are to pay. The prices we charge 'hae are the same and in some instances less than is charged by the large Spokane offices. Let us have a chance to bid on your work. Satisfaction guaranteed. WE WANT' We are asking for your patronage because we live in * W N Libby and spend our money here; the work is as good, the UR WOi quality as good or better and the price as low as anywhere else in the northwest. Are these sound arguments? If so, ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

AUNT BETTY'S CROW By DONALD ALLEN Aunt Betty lived in a poor little cot tage in the suburbs of the village. Her only income came from washing, though to be sure there were kind hearted people who were glad to help her out when her rheumatic spells came on and she could not use her hands. Her special patron was the merchant's daughter, Miss May Gra ham. As a girl of twelve Miss May used to go over to the cottage and sweep and dust and cook and cheer the patient up. She had come to be nineteen, and yet the visits contin ued. One day a tin peddler came along with something besides tinware to sell. It was a tame crow. The bird could make a fair attempt at singing and talking. At least, he was a lively crow, and it was purchased to be presented to Aunt Betty, who hadn't good luck keeping a cat about the house. The bird's antics and chatter would be a diversion. Mr. Crow was tied by the leg for a week, and then he had no thought of flying away. It came to be known whose crow he was and th...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

FARM AND BEES USE KELP AS A FERTILIZER ~ any Farmers Along Maine Coast Gather Seaweed in Large Quanti. ties and Scatter on Land. T.he main in the picture is one of the many farmers on the Maine coast who gather kelp to put on their lands as fertilizer. Kelp is a seaweed which is washed up on the shore, and at low tide, farmers along the Atlantic coast gather it in large quantities and spread it upon their land. This makes a very good fertilizer, particu larly as so few animals are raised in New England that stable manure is loaroe. However, as kelp is now be Gathering Kelp. ing used quite extensively in the man ufacture of drugs and other things, it is becoming more valuable for those purposes than for fertilizer, and the wonder is what these seashore far mers will do next to obtain something to enrich their soil. BEE-KEEPING FOR A FARMER No Agricultural Property Will Make Equal Returns for Trouble Caused by Honey Insects. A great many farmers seem to think that honey bees are not w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 January 1913

frrn---- The First National Bank of Libby Opened for business Jan. ig, 191o CAPITAL $25.000.00 - - RESOURCES $200,000.00 OFFICERS : C. ED LUKENS, President F. M. PLUMMER, Vice-Pres. CHESTER A. ADAMS, Cashier DIRECTORS: JAS. STONECHEST E. W. DOE F. M. PLUMMER C. ED LUKENS CHESTER A. ADAMS G. W. MILLETT 1E. A. SOUTHWICK LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Fleek re turned from a trip to Spokand last Friday. While in Spokane Mr. Fleek attended a meeting of retail hardware merchants. The ladies of the Methodist church held a sale of good things to eat in Rowland & Gray's offices Saturday afternoon which was a very successful affair, everything placed on sale being sold. The ladies netted a neat sum. N. Carlson, chief of police at Eureka, has purchased the hotel of Byron Hennings at Fortine. Mr. Henning intends to move to the coast and make his home there. Mr. Carlson has rechristened the place and it will hereafter be known as the Svea Hotel and Bar. LIBBY COM' Co.0 a o Sweater Coat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL 2. NO. 34 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JAN. 31, 1913 $2.00 PER YEA REPRESENTATIVE CONNER REPORTS FROM HELENA The following was received from Representative Conner at Helena. It should have been here last week but was delayed by trains being snow bound. Libby Herald, Gentleman: Jan. 22:-Several bills have gone to the Committees, but none of much importance has been reported back to the House for consideration Final action was taken on a Reso lution appointing Joint Committee from the Senate and House to in vestigate the State and Federal Ir rigation Projects. The Committee has instructions to report back" within thirty days. They were granted not to exceed $500. for such investigation. Two road laws have been print ed up to date, and are being read carefully by all the members inter ested. One provides for general supervision by the State Engineer, and the creation of road districts by county commissioners;. the other provides for local supervision of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

LSTORYJ The FlYING M[RCURY By' Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustrations By` RAY WALTERS *Oepishi 315i by BobbeaMerrlli QsJ 4 SYNOPSIS. The story opens on Long Teland near hew York city where Miss Emily Ffrench, a relative of Ethan Ffrench, manufacturer of the celebrated "Mer eury" automobile, loses her way. The ear has stopped and her cousin, Dick Ptrench, is too muddled with drink to Lirect it aright. They meet another car which is run by a professional racer named Lestrange. The latter fixes up *he Ffrench car and directs Miss Ffrench ow to proceed homeward. Ethan rench has disinherited his son, who has disappeared. He informs Emily plainly that he would like to have her narry Dick, who is a good-natured but ir responsible fellow. It appears that a partner of Ethan Ffrench wanting an ex ert to race with the "Mercury" at auto events, has engaged Lestrange, and at the Ffrench factory Emily encounters the young man. They refer pleasantly to their meeting wh...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

"Is'nt it funny" the difference it makes in your general health and happiness when the Stom ach is right, Liver active and Bowels regular ? If you have any trouble with these organs HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITlERS will overcome it quickly. Try a bottle today. It is for Sour Stomach, Heart burn, Indigestion, Cos tiveness, Colds, Grippe, Malaria, Fever and Ague. Send for our new FREE 1 Catalogue of Musical Goods, band and stringed instru ments, and musical sup plies of every descrip tion. Largest stock in the west. Prices the very lowest. Every instrument guaran teed. Write us today, enclosing this ad, stating what instrument you are interested in. EILERS MUSIC HOUSE Pianos-Organs-Phonographs. In the Ellers Bldg., Spokane, Wash. 5 cents KODAK Rlladevelopd any size-"5c. F packs, 25e. Prints any size up to post MARTIN, card, 50c a dozen. Photographer. Howard & SpragueSpokane THIEF HYPNOTIZED BY GIRL Tells Police She Cannot Help But Steal When In His Power. Seattle.-Miss Emma Williams, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

..The Libby Herald.. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 19n, at the postofitce at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, il79. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY J. W. BARRETT, PUBLIS#HER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OPPICERS IT. S. Senators-Thos. J. Walsh and H. L. Meyers. Governor -Samuel V. Stewart. Lieut-Governor-W. W. McDowell. Congressmen-Toui Stout and John M. Evans. Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sydney C. Sanner. Secretary of State-A. M. Alderson. Attorney General-Dau M. Kelly. State Treasurer-Wm. C. Rae. State Auditor-William Keating. State Superintendent of Public Itnstruc tion-H. A. Davee. Railroad Commissioners J. H. Hall. E. A.*Morley. COUNTY O1FFCERS State Senator-James E. Leary. Representative-C. H. Conner. District Judge-J. E. Erickson. County Commissioners Paul D. Pratt, Chairman. Frank P. Garey. J. P. Bartlett. Sheriff-Frank R. Baney. County Clerk and Recorder-S mnuel Carpenter. County Treasurer-John C. Friend. County Assessor-John D. Weir. County Attorney-Jame...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

* SERVICE WORTH WHILE I OJ Good job printing is a necessity in any well regulated successful business. Printed forms save time, and time is of Job value to a busy man. Printed stationery for use in transacting business by mail is one of the first essentials of a successful business house. We are printers of quality printing. We make it a firm and fast rule that when a piece of printing leaves this office it * ait must be perfect in workmanship and design. Quality is the~ first thing to he considered when buying printing. Next after ** quality comes the price you are to pay. The prices we charge are the same and in some instances less than is charged by the large Spokane offices. Let us have a chance to bid on your work. Satisfaction guaranteed. WE WA T We are asking for your patronage because we live in Libby and spend our money here; the work is as good, the UR WORK inquality as good or better and the price as low as anywhere else in the northwest. Are these sound arguments? If so,...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

COUNTRY TOWN AID NOTHING OF GREATER IMPORT ANCE THAN GOOD ROADS LEADING TO IT. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS TO HELP Every Cent Saved in Cost of Trans portation Is That Much Added to Price the Farmer Gets for Produce. In the upbuilding of country towns making farming more profitable and rural life more pleasant, there is noth ing of greater importance than good voad.s. Every farmer Is vitally interested in good roads and should give the movement his active support In his community. The farmers are the ones who suffer most from bad highways, for the simple reason that the most expensive transportation of farm prod. ucts is that from the farm to the rail. road station. The haulage to the nearest best market or shipping point must be counted as part of the cost of production; it comes out of the price received by the farmer for his produce. Better roads will save hun dreds of millions of dollars annually to the farmers of the United States. Good roads facilitate and Increase communication betw...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

NEWSOFYHEWORLD ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY TELEGRAPH WIRES. FROM FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FIELDS Happenings National, Historical and Political and Personal Events Told In Brief Paragraphs for Busy Readers. J. Pierpont Morgan is visiting at Alexandria, Egypt. Electrocution has been substituted for hanging in Vermont. Tattooing still finds favor among the enlisted men of the navy and marine corps. The salary at Yale of Professor Wil liam H. Taft, as Kent professor of law, will be $5000 a year. Jean Bielovucci, the Peruvian avi ator, flew across the Swiss Alps from Brig in less than an hour. There was a severe earthquake shock in the Turkish capital Saturday morning. No loss of life is reported. At Los Angeles, Saturday, Fire Chief Archie Eley and eight of his men were injured by an explosion of turpentine. Locking Cashier Brown in the looted vault, three masked men robbed the state bank of Mounds, Okla., of $3500. The Colorado and Wyoming Retail Lumbermen's association ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 January 1913

THE NEW HARDWARE STORE Now open and ready for business We have a large stock and more goods coming of the famous brand of tools and cutlery. "Trade With Your Home Store" We Can Save You Money Williams & Curtis THOMPSON BUILDING LIBBY, MONTANA. __ _ LIBBY HARNESS SHOP PRICES Halters i / inch harness leather $1.25 and $1.50. Breast straps 2 inch factory made per pair $2.25. Breast straps 2 inch best hand made per pr $2.50. Lumber harness 24 inch trace, cash $52.00. H. H. POLBERG Libby, Mont. LIB W COM'L o. Sweater o Coats Rough Necks 0 0 and a a Fancys at Half o Price 'a a Libby Com. Co In the new Blackford Block on the corner S IIIIIIIIIcna IIIIIIIIauIIIIIIIII Iu JIIIIIIIH Jake Goldberg Dead Jake Goldberg died of heart trouble at noon Thursday, at the home of H. M. Gompf. He was 52 years old and had been a resi dent of this valley- for the last 20 years. He had been in poor health for the past three months and death was not a surprise. The funeral will be held from the Gompf resi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 February 1913

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2, NO. 35 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, FEB. 7, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR GOOD PICTURES OF NEW ROAD Frank Stoop Tells of his trip From Kalispell to Libby Over this Road Kalispell, Mont.-Editor Motor Age:-When the Great Northern railway abandoned its lice west of Kalispell to Jennings, a distance of about 75 miles, little thought was given that it might be used some day as a fine driveway for motor cars, for at that time very few cars were own ed in Kalispell, but now that the de mand has arisen for an outlet west to Spokane, this old roadbed is be ing pressed into service by removing the ties and grading it down. The high trestles are widened by planking them with the old ties, us ing them two wide, or 16 feet, in stead of 8 feet, and installing a good railing. This makes a very satisfac tory bridge. The Haskell pass tun nel, which is about one-eighth of a mile in length, is in perfect condition with the exception of some water, and adds thrills to the moto...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 February 1913

iL STORY The FLYING MERCURY Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustratfons By' RAIY WIALTERS (Oopyrlght,1910, by Bobbw-MurWl 0. SYNOPSIS. The story opens on Long Island, near New York city, where Miss Emily Tfrench, a relative of Ethan Ffrench, manufacturer of the celebrated "Mer oury" automobile, loses her way. The ear has stopped and her cousin, Dick r'rench, is too muddled with drink to direot it aright. They meet another car which is run by a professional racer named Lestrange. The latter fixes up the Ffrench car and directs Miss Ffrench how to proceed homeward. Ethan 'french has disinherited his son, who bas disappeared. He informs Emily plainly that he would like to have her marry Dick, who is a good-natured but Irresponsible fellow. It appears that a partner of Ethan Ffrench wanting an ex pert to race with the "fMercury" at auto events, has engeged Lestrange, and at the Ffrench factory Emily encounters the young man. They refer pleasantly to their meeting...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 February 1913

WORLD OF REPTILEsb '/ENUS PICTURED AS BEING THE ABODE OF MONSTERS. 4rench Astronomer, Supposed to Be Flammarion, Paints Lurid scenes of Young Planet-Covered With Stifling Mist of Air and Hot Water.. rak' .--"Life on the Planet Venus" Ab the title of a remarkable article which has Just appeared in the Paris magazine, Lectures Pour Tous, and •has attracted widespread attention 'fom the boldness of its theories. According to the writer, who, al though anonymous, is believed to be Camille Flammarion, Venus, which is younger than the earth and older than Mercury, is now passing through the equivalent of what is called the secondary period by geologists. "It is," he says, "a nightmare plan Set, a nest of reptiles, and a swarm of monsters. Under the stifling mist of air, saturated with hot water, lies a vast miry swamp, covered with rot ting vegetable matter. From this spring forests of toadstools and ferns as high as date palms, and forests in which all creeping and slimy crea tures that ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 7 February 1913

..The Libby Herald.. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postofce at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY J. W. BARRETT, PUBLISHER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OFPICERS U. S. Senators-Thos. J. Walsh and H. L. Meyers. Governor -Samuel V. Stewart. Lieut-Governor--W. W. McDowell. Congressmen-Tom Stout and John M. Evans Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sydney C. Sanner. Secretary of State-A. M. Alderson. Attorney General-Dan M. Kelly. State Treasurer-Wn. C. Rae. t State Auditor-William Keating. t State Superintendent of Public Instruc- I tion-H. A. Davee. Railroad Commissioners- J. H. Hall. , E. A. Morley. COUNTY OPFICNRS State Senator-James E. Leary. Representative-C. H. Conner. District Judge--J. . Erickson. County Commissioners Paul D. Pratt, Chairman. Frank P. Garey. J. P. Bartlett. Sheriff-Frank R. Baney. County Clerk and Recorder-Samuel Carpenter. County Treasurer-John C. Friend. County Assessor-John D. Weir. County Attorney-...

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